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An illustrated, rhyming adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Dunwich Horror" by the creators of Littlest Lovecraft: The Call of Cthulhu!
644 backers pledged $35,792 to help bring this project to life.

Yule-Sothoth and a Poll!

Posted by Tro Rex & Eyo Bella (Creator)

Hey everyone!

Happy December! We're just doing a quick update to remind everyone that we're starting our 13 Days of Yule-Sothoth over on our Facebook page and we'd just love you guys came to play along with us!

Our high tier backers should also start receiving a little something extra from us in the mail any day now ♥

We'd also like to poll you guys and figure out when would be the best time to run our next project! We're aiming to finish a little earlier next year so we can be done by the time NecronomiCon Providence (which we are totally going to) rolls around in August. For this project, we ran a bit longer than we'd like to do again, so we're going to go back to the 42 days from the first project. It's just a matter of when to start! We can start in the second half of January and end up late February or early March, or first half of February and end late march or early April.

What do you guys think? You can let us know in comments, PMs, or via this handy poll:

And as always, thank you soooo so much for all your support! You're all awesome :D

-Tro & Eyo

PS - You guys should check out - Stickers by Stan! This KS project ends tomorrow, so if you are into totally awesome things by the always excellent (and local) Stan!, you should get on that right away! Very fun and worth a look :)

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    1. Stan! on

      Thanks for the plug, Tro & Eyo! Getting ready for the final hour RIGHT NOW!

    2. Jonas "Drakurius" Runkel on

      I really don't care. I will back what ever you guys decide to release when ever you do it :)

    3. Stacy on

      First half of February at the earliest ... think tax refund expectation.

    4. Pete

      I think late February is better to give people more time to recover from spending shock over the holidays/sales...

      -- Pete.